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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I it TI7 BittJClBb It f 1 t k w LxY No3J SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST I5 1907 u IOIPfIVEAll lit I 1M I li WIFa TRUSTY t PRACTICAL 1NTISToer Haoe k krMr- itJSJ Mrosa1bIeIIV as 0Mea QrrtDXYj1 t IJIlllEtTllyr t UUtVIZZD l Mj aeet efr tJ teoaty a au tk t etlt dZ4OS 3 u fr L asrdtow kaMa eL Lbe4 yIU tiloUioH ia a t ri4 rsiecl atr- ltbk ia IIa Ilus1este itJ llJ ss JIIapuiMtth Cgrs JsiiJCN MPetOW Xy 1IH rrtin la XtHq Leg1Sh Mu CkybrookeHerI I1si ithiitLvt W State fte atcHo Ibaae Xy ct cltcvzTooRTa k NIt C tt tas e the foitrk- iMipjeajr ITekrttecy VIy44 Pcto LTsRP1PLIt Deeiit Oeamemweiiltk At s 1 A Kef Clerk = Laaudowrrlseer QUIX1ZRLYC0URT Q3 rtiabeid ee tkt thIrd ga7kUve14 14Me7 J COUHTT COURT- CSIIMI cusct eei ea rtJaII eM 1Ii Iy34t1 ff t llsefcer itdwJrT Ka1J Cet7 At bsc1- Ct1ett3tIica peel Oed e1L LIIIIII IMikIaaa ZctJMIrn DnlsvotJ aI Maacs i 4 J OtYTTCOC datIw TiM1iJtTJfoi Jj itgoscyO IIWJ tCoRhis ta t1f f W o rmr of iaiiiL t lIMe Jaditwae r1u Gslahal4Wa1 W T Qclfakr City Attonwy fume COURT j Jltatiec CtMrtajure Hid im 3iaary 41I1 aLdbr in J QH rcli ot8tel1I 1wi cmJJtcl Iitct G WIL Lye Putik ser QfaI 1II0IIt at IJ 130P be 9Sday aUO a1P- e3rac tbr1cvrr WHMY ttit 1 1sH CATHOtiCCHURCH I Ipy p r B eewT Pwtorf- cl 1 dl = yfkadayt lad 10 ocJKk J atI arvIe at taUI1Ioar tl ieatP4BYTRRWI+ iEt C LawsoH Pastor Er uh1 erery Le m4ey at 11 rnau 8 s at p78C er7 smIUdIYii T Tkmttjfty fTeaiac at 7 edbefc ty APT at CHURCH Iiit y W H rl aWaiki Pastor pitciqvsrY IHaday at 17 a J wii 74 p t eadayachoo1every 4ay at936 aPrayu aeWKT 1Taeteaf imiaeat 74S ecIockt I v T r CHRISTIAN CHURCHr Rev W F Refers Pastor Ser Ticeilrst aad fourth Sunday Sunday v faat93Oarratrasi Ortler ILteoinc LODCapri rtellodceem Afei jiVMek temtk titWi Jiimrt Rf Chapter Ko S7 a ta every MOo 4T e daw J l UrIeUi CeHKcU JJoS2 eet08II JKJOCHMJ a c H t iLtCbI It Sour StomachIs isti bee MpsMflS- tt aNsbsIbs uas1iiWR d brt- sIa dbIy W Msir tftILaipuaw sb aal Julisi dl I ttwr edIt to a ketkhy Moinach ifte kao7nn r 4 sob pJ Ia cMta ii S W f 0 y Ia r j JaM iSiIsaM JM r the iHptoh WVLa r =I n WUKiClJIM bIiII h LoIco J 9 t rtL l1T pS UVN q4 Coia Dcq ttfO3 t w r w wI TIlE NEWSREADER P t r HiiiiiiiaiiiJHJWWWWitHHiNtH fi A ROUND Of TlIKi TT Py r The Change Before she went to boardin school she iiseter romp an1 play She druv the cows from the field an helped take in the hay But shedontdolhat anymore be caus of this you see r She weat away as Mary Jane an came back Jeanne Marie She useterwear madeover clothes v an always with a smile But mow her dresses everyone must tyleIk any more nor climb the apple tree She went away as Mary Jane but caaie back Jeanne Marie kalr is all in crinkresnowshe- calls Jem Marshal waves Shes up In all the etiquette Teal stylish she behaves aa and me are mighty proudo all shes learnedbutgee We sometimes wish for Mary Jane1 instld 0 Jeanne Marie Mrs Elsie Duuqan yale in the Sep tember Wpme Home Companion IIUSTmoral reform wave which is wiping over Kentucky will lead tonor when it will end An electioo contest was brought on n Jin Owen county on the grounds that J H Jackson theI sacceMful candidate in a Demo craiic primary for Eepresenta treated his constituents to Coca Cola The Owen Democrat tellsof the contest as follows fightwlIlDadeoo JCharIhim by James Kemper of Poplarl Grove who said Mr Jackson electioneered by treating the irs ah Coca Cola on election day Under the call the candies were forbidden from using whisky iaoney or anything o value to secure votes and Mr Kemper claimed that voters in precinct were influenced to vote for Mr Jackson pn account his use of coca cola The fight xed warm and when the votes taken Mr JacKson was de redthe nominee by a vote e clay to four so hehad a clos calllnthecommittee aswell as the general election ffl LEAN SwEEPThesucnes ofthe American Society of Equity in pooling the1907 ro- tObacCOin this county ha- G s remarkable under the cir In spite oflti e 11ItE the 3906 which has MellpQc4ed is still unsold wit tlM selling day still in the dim teat future the farmers have gooe ahead and pledged thei growing crop to the pool It i timated is that the acreage i- batco in in Washington coqnty this yeafinliimount Ufbetween 100 and 8200 acres Of this ouiit practically all of ithas Oee pledged to the pool Conn President Wm Nally is jaut tbonty lor the statement that there are only 161 acres 9tf growing tobacco in the county which has not been pledged to toe American Society This a we said in the beginning lsamarkable showing under the circumstances With the 1906 crop still tied up and some of the rmers getting restless for their money it is a severe test of faith on the part of he growers come forward aijd almost to an pledge another years crop s we have often remarked in1 this polumn before if the tobacco pooling movement does not prove a success it will not be the fault of the roVers Th have certainly always responded nobly when on cal4irl IF ARMERS STITUTEFarI- mer oi tHis county wnnliJ do well to take JCan interest the Farmers Irstituie which to be here Septjember 18th and 19th under thai auspices of the State Board Agriculture T feature of the Agricultural Department is oni that is calcula ted to be of rejil benefit to Jhfarmer if he 1titil only ayail him self of the opportenlty to attend partakethej of iMpenacd Several compet attdt will informed instructors oa various subjectsj pertaki to farming aed stock raisiag Cofarmeryuthis abeOf value from these lecturers Farming has gotten to fie rec ognized as a science and the modern farmer canlose nothing by taking advantage of all thiper VainfOrmationto The Farmers j Institute t here on September 18th to 19th should be well attendedthe The IiAlt Iff LifttheThe most eminent medicalI scientists are unanimous in hIncconclusion that the generally ac cepted limitation pf human life is majjy years below the attain merit possible with the advancedi knowledge of which the race is now possessed 4The critical period that determines its dura tion seems to be between 50 andIsh 60 the pr6per care of the body II during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fital to longevity Naturesf bestThelper after 50 iis ElectrrcBitrsthe scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guar anteed byHaydon Robertson i Druggists 50c Marse Henri cIFortunately for once the Re1Jpublicans lured by the living hope raisedby these Democratic i d ti UnikeAnointed fail 6 establish the New Jerusalem in tbe Oily JaIlIan we need not tremble lest Grin I MfA So writes Mr Watterson in the Courier Journal yfiNdthicgjieed drtj nope with the election of the Republican ticket Ye wouId t thfgaeI walking away with either the jNew Jerusalem or with the City t Hall They propose to lleave each in its proper place and esIl elfgovernmentlleraldp SlOOReiara The readers of this paper 111tbet pleased to learn that there is ah 1ea- s tII hhcure stages and that is Catarrh Sails Catarrh- Ourefs the only positive cure now r fraternItrCatarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constltutiohal taeat raent galls Catarh Cute is liken i snfernally acting directly upon the g tblood and mucous surfaces 0ftbesystem thereby destroy ing the foun a dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the conetitutidnaud assisting nature in i dolng Its woik The proprietor have so much faith in its curative tl ofbatfoqany case it fails to cure Send FjgSt Take Halls Family Fills for cons Uvpation I Electric Railway toSIiSchenectadvj New York IS in Danville this week having cpme iat the solicitation of the Dan ville Traction Company for the purpose of making an estimate buildltgeyand equipping a street raiJway in Danville running frumthe depot to Second street Mr Perkins says that many towns t smaller than Danville are sup thatinenterprisprise prove highly profitable alhispaying per clay and Danville is certainly a better and more wealthy town town than Somerset Fifteen orI paylexpenses on one par so that the undertaking pertfecL1ent managelngnoanced poI tiVtl1 this morning s that a street car line would be in operation as soon as the first of November 1908 With a new governmentb Ce fontrelIeEellberafly enlarged Dan le would present the appear ce of an ideal community DanvilleAdvocate t Dot Be BlUethand lose all interest when help is In reach Herbiue wllmake that lives usformdrughnconstant sufferer from constipation pHerbinese troubles on the market 1 havej use Idi be best medicine of its kl 1dand IC wish all sufferers from these troubles tb know the good Herbine has done Sold by the Red doss Drug Sto re anC1ifton prtsaCliftonsicicessful sires and handsomest haowpurchased Saturday at a private price from Major David Cashetie man of Clifton farm this co cOunty beSiL olNTexas Major Ripley had been in MFayettel l da toyswi HllI premium saddle stallion and af ter looking overall the horses in ntral Kentucky selected Cut n as the most desirable for bis purposes Clifton is the stallion th IatIO fnnatche in the endurance race with Homer Davenports Arab ian stallion in the trip across the ited States from the Pacific to e Atlantic This famous race was called off however owng to coillneSsfctalhon Major Ripley was at ajor Castlemanss stock farm lai hostj order to give him anadea of the uie of the Amencabj isaddJe ed stallion Major Castleman dioveDanville fairThic trip closedI 5thel a Clifton was perfect in his it The stallion will remain at Clifton stud for the time being Harrodsburg Her ald THE fEXAs WONDER at Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by alll druggists or two months plwg St Louis Send for Kentucky estiraonials v a A New Law =What would our pepple think a jf the lawprovided for a fine of 100 for anyone guilty of selling spoiled egg The new dowa i pure food law is very strict and one of the provisions make it a 100 fine to sell a bad e gtt The farmers who bringin alotTJ eggs that are over ripe and sell them at fresh effgpiices cannot plead that the children athered tthem and may acciden o tally put in some that were not ery fresh U Any kind of an T old tried out egg will not count any mere in the State of Iowa Danville People Will Have ItI tItj clTheworked effectively in Danyille r several months has lost its weight in view of a recentde cision of tbe Court of Appeals That tribunal holds that an iridi vidual may have shipped into a local option community as muchI r I toeuor she pleases provided St 1jmatl e Mr George Mahan tbtoyman and others citizens W hose business require their esence in the Danville freight ya inrdstoII three car loads of beer are re ce oflvedt M aban says that iit requiieJ the services of two men to deliver Eltturdd locality A considerable antltY also comes in by fXt ess and otherwise so that it is lufee received weekly Mr Ma n has had n numerous requests td deliver hem but he isa Jaws ab pridingI conflfct with the Jaws oL thel mmohwealth a Most of the er comes from Cincinnati s ow the question is pan Mr ahan legally deliver the beer private citizens over town e says he could make 100 per month in delivering the goods Danville Advocate CddorselBy The County The most popular remedy in Hetsegofriend of my family II writes WmM Dietz editor and Us Noherl Gilbertsyille N Yis Dr Kings New Discovery Jt has proved to be infaniblecur for Ohughsvurif of the Wursl of them kWBu always keep a bottle in the use 1 believe it to6 thEHi most valuable pre criptoIi known for Lung and Throat djs eases Guaranteed to never sspppint the taker by Haydohi Robertsons Drugstore Price WandRapidly Maturing Plans Y H The State Board Iof Agricul ture which recently purchased the Douglas Park Jockey Clubt LouistHle for permanent H grounds and buildings for the TKentuckybeen able to close negotiations because the Title Company em oyed to clear the title ndB uaaantee it has found that apart of the land bought hay3N been bedicated to public uses i nd1 therefore tHere may besom trouble in closing the toad ways at least there will be delay of a few months In the meantime the board has asked Or the owners of Douglas Park to Tieaseing this years fair with the unFderstanding that as soon as the title is cleared the property will taken over by the State li Board This Mr Cella has declined to do it is understood aJtb ugh there is a probability fifwithin the day or two Shet that it willnot take over tuek property until the title is perfect IBUVTIIEI I Kentucky Wheat D ill IIinip Strong Durable I inam thernarketfor good Seed Rye and Qrchard Grass Seed coil Halters and Bridles II and a full line of Harness and GearII S John Lily Barber S i Sucssor toHaydon Barber I fairIyouillastjear instead of on the born e grounds of the State Fair as was hoped v j Ucdrany circumstanpes the t fjiir is certain to be held at Louisville on the dates mention ed and we are asked by the State Fair management to say 6readers that the plan s ade frjat FaiJ are maturing rapidly iw1 satisfac ssIc everv Kentuckiatt that the lair will be the biggest one ever hefdI theoutbintbe waYQt ex hibits departments in theWJJy bi amusement features in the way of music anb in toe ways attendance m l We never repent of eating1 too little Was one of the ten rules oisThomas Jefferson president of e ited Slates aUd the rule applies to euery one without exception du g this hot weather because it is hard for food even in small qnantl tiee to cle digested when the blood is at a high temperature At this seat n we should eat sparingly an- operly We shopld also help wth stomach ae much as possible by the e of a little Kcvdol for Indigestion an will LamachitselfSoldMy Uncle Dedicated pl4JennieThe years and loved ones top have flown And lleft Dear Uncle pilgrim alone lives a quIet unpretentious life ShBring naught with either child oa or wife v t a hermit not a miser readpButwillRighteous autdeeds lawtI R0jMayt theres beauty in the flowers Winding road and flowing stream s friends huve always been As countless as the sands upon the shore His character as spotless As the feathers that the fairesttdove ere boreJ hile beseems to live alone nAndwithporetFor Ijis offering undented ft conespe That bespeaks for IbveVdGod He is treading lIn the pathway That the old lleclples trod e1s climbing up lifes mountain And soon the summit he will find hen the crown of life hell wear And his cross hell leave behind eve Not as a strangerwilt thouepteror Thro the pearly gates abovedi inautWelcome inwithwoxdsof loveth ot digAspree InIUntil the coldearth is ypurbed tilt whispers of my kinsmen To tell me you are deadrho my effort is so feeble Yet Iwish these lines toseodf IorYet iin life we need a friend ert The writer of these lines once salvedpupil at Covington Institute afterward moving to Bardstown diff thenishedforemost school at that piacfro he is a second cousin beloved young ladies who so re bus Pwblwaters of Big Beach P1 weMallur More than hajfotJDankhidoverbe sixty years of age suffer ice kidney and ibiadder disorders usuallv enlorgeement of the of prostrajce Jgtaudsdangerous and Fpleys Kidney Curt sellshoulddangers as iit corrects irregalanties pills and has cured many old mea of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock e port Mo WritesI suffered with- y In here larged prostate gland and Iddl give trouble for years and after faking two bottles ot Foleys Kidney Ctrl I fine feel petter than i haue for tw stHyD years although I am now 91 years old Sold by the Red Cross Jrug Store lEquity Maiden I Among the fair sxof the th county of Fendleton are a tium ber of young women who have VII resolved not to receive atteatjon liD from any young man who has wi riot jpined the American Society an c1loftaken by them to aid tL4s canvas sera in them effort to cut a tttti increase in lh memb r tiJp of thlwllniz ioin tiieIroantv The sentiment expresSed b ihe ng women of that community di and there M likeli hood before long every farmi s daughter In that county whose father belongs to the organila tion will wave made the same resolution The action of the ialr daughters of Pendleton Iis an experiment and not a boy coUfhe iathrkot the young women have taken a mac Ii widerstep and have decided to boycott every man whole not a member nor to hire any one wbrV1mwho has not e tLme rolled his nainjist oftr t the American Society of EC The members have also pissedr resolutions deciding not id thrash for an f man in the com unity who does rot beloDc7x i ttleilir wtfce SMV v an expression as old as thesO race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun jis the inoiti rtig helularverse unlejasatls the action cIftno liver and bowels wee regi JBJJ gaydcn Robertson druggist 25c Tt wn Fte and ice Cri A Sup For the purpoeofpayinga outstanding balance onltb no now in use in the primtrj department and of starting a t library for the High Sehoore Adiss Emma Nunan willgiyetI lawn fete on the schodL rbondf J Tuesday evening AUl str 20V from 4 to 10 pm Ices will be w served and a delightful musical gram instrumental and vocaj be rendered so that a picas tIthe can be bad by alL The n will be decorated in wthosors and seats arranged to aa commodate as many jug may come The refreshment hVf liJbOOcbinf t 1bat1Ithisi Jtkiway We have witceMtd eEit n7 occasions the loyal gup t of tbt communitj1 oCicischool entertainments Mentbat this will Be equally successful Old and yotiBg wIn find occasion to thank KiM Nunan for thi opportaaity i Thoec who have stcaick tlHWeia aomatter how slight libMtil jI It ft ikan9se8ted1wItIthe least eMert ThWW y be dole by UkiBff ieeth-b fi contaiBs natural digestive prop hk eriieaBomethlarllke Kbdelfdr laI estloa and Dyspepsiai Ko4ol iff a paration of vegetable acfdaMAi oUdiInfa t you eat Sold by tke R n Cross Drug Store of s + Notice thavesgldtbe arryroom now occupied b1JWil tfce leoonplace on August 15th with a He aMerentrefore desire to sell my gra Dyamdisjj ctically all cub It is a fO id a portunlty for some oma k ea jCt gage in a trdfittble buMneea aMl bO will sell at a birx ia l6r f wbtherJ tkaMRS LIZZIE CAM PB ELI obfl Riah aipromioeat dHter pit Vinlng Ja t say I have bfcea ing DeWitts Ktdnej a H W a4d cr for ibout a year at4ite1 Klrt bettert satisfaction thas av i I ver sold rsre ar a dozea pe ik yj bo have used them Bad Hy rs peafect aatisfactioa IBeiIMase Ihavt used them ipjleir with results Sold by Ike Red ere I1 tg Store ar ls QdByBuI 141I Squire N K Yarbrougb ql Beechwood thlcoeitY waa badly gored byi4lMer tehOme0ftiImgton last Saturday H w a tIug SOEISOf his people a 4 pJctbrOlllJiaa 4eMve aitf111 1 sad ey Ial1obreJ bafl toSbS O M YtHrbcoeaTli waa a efaMsJlvaMifai lit eowtiy aata oa of pye oldeat awl beat Kio Wn uateem is 11 fl 4a r inioN t l J In AtISAJr ft t 1 wHI Wt r A larAe B umber oi tMiers of this oaaWiMt MtI M court hoaae Moa daj Jar iea t 7pop of takia ootMtiNtow rd eeriugwbatthy tawonldbefair price for tfceir 1907 wheat crop Iaaiiy-rafte teia jctlte la orter arCo John Ba Wattwtr fleW 4 Aw rScanO 1e4y OfJP hooper waa elected etMjaaa r H W Bives J HCI7ol4j t ftmg A fall dteeaeeteii eV j fsituation fpitoweili awl iit twas theiio iteol a stotakecagti t as po kion of all Thai t iM a rkt be cowtted to it Faxiiier who have not a yet ttiepoeW dt I their clop were arftil xH to ek t the prieeWiat Ion aaw Idrer but Jo piece it ilI 11he j ban of the oMiatlUee to be untillitcan bo dispeaed 6f e protitubly Tbe coawilil tee rv CooperbeB Darrett and RM Yawas also s feeUd at V tmc comatkphtwIgi range fprpiaciBC the vatta a caa wa pcieobeJ l iottier coamtttee coapMieV at I 5 P Cooper Waiter garrieia n UWiysewaappoitdJto a eicr tbe storage of the fprodHt S CIrgrows of lb DOWMJ arid ota fc wiw art 111114ii J il1l bebsidorw a srao 1ttrootUyi rearthoMe jIAbuoaJX41terpiee tIry3wuMvulw = ays 06 Haj a priiust bvilneee MM pf Blafl M1 that BBoklea aioa SAve iquickest and avreel beaUajp salvaj ever applied io a ar e to a oe erqf gh Ortve wU ib JIl 1tIa4GEIiaky igiMe2k Tta Dry Law Vieelem r t lIMTex AHT 8 Qteege 1 Br tmst fr i- y w b- 1ia la Texaa SaiatxleT eLf ii4i fU jr a 2erIuj Pesste PMI- SIa rnMsr4isasaapKae a lie brau4 et whiskejr whtt heJuttateoea ahcmWer tlilieyiiijy iOsw- eeaboetbooe t8flrom tbajaaic tbma J yoareeif ue4st sr t rIyMggere a AidagL it1ae4violating lie M w law e hibitiac iMikiat em weiss ft i priaooer warn tented ewet W Sharifi BJacfc awl lodrad op iei r coaaty jail Tteli ie tfcft 1 est rnUU ia twi 8e e naitr new law flnwei peMjtki e al 10ia r aael waa Mtoa e4 pleaded israeoIMiIaw- waaltoffhL r r 1 ont aopt a cIIe oss tM y ybetdM kC 7 T L 7 titt Jow iMIt i dEwec Jf JIIAiI 0 kjrep ad g apssg 1M 1iWkdcIISrScoiigiW1iid s e aiel su mM S ptr 1a tiestaa4 al i lrfItMMcat 14 L U1 SeWby tke ltW r-I 4 If i 7 1 H AUI oel sAolIat 1rIL f qssd bS at tbeir caAwt- a 17 s purp St ra 1 sa krarappsrM ite l I ts wbJoh 5p4ii4f- oiap II tcjWatdso wiefc sdi U s t opciaoIQlAasa Th1 f = If nt W i wLlI r4It e il 1PIIIIi =s r 1 t t c r c7 w r o NTOLEADER0IID UgY TBUis Y iflAkE IM ADVANCE t PENGF1LPKit67i k wwx E LAVISONJrH bitnesi notices 10 cents visiit4 Ciils on canfldates and political matte J + fob work Is done at low rates bat cash 4 1tib J jdcz eitI fIO Jt rtlSIg contractarnaUe on libera j f Oiiltttarlea indresoiuticrislof respectt tspr1hie ftSCiityMa1trates u 250 Btrict Offices i lrtJO beSTHURSDAY AUG 15 1907 ANNOUNCEMENT f i We ire authorized to announce Rogers Gore of Springfield a candi d+ t for State Senator from the Fif tee jth Senatorlar BIstr mnn5f d t fttndF cotes stzijecEto the zio1fthE flemo raftrty graIStneaA stride which threatens to x para1y1the business Interests ofthe country is that of theI iefegrftptf operators which is now ppv The Associated Press r oper tpliare also iinvolved whichr wilt seriously interfere chtSjn daily papers It is hoped ti have the trouble adjusted before J iit as umas a more serious aspect + Atleastfifleen hundrdLouhbe villa people lleft for Lexingtph f r yesterday fobe present at thevr Bluegrass Pair dn Louisville day A sop was male att rahkfortj where the excursioTi jistsr will inspect the progress that has been rxiadeoii the newv Capitol buildmg r i lJjO distress or misery from iI oveieating if vou strengthen i the s ma411witblJ p na Fir ty cents abdxo1dl utfderguar s ante at Red Cross Drug Store unSvtV t 7 Unless it rains this wjek our j cropsfwill be cutvshort Thererseeras to bE a jeacjqn ikmolb K pur people at present laSWtSfoSMiss Lucella Boblett of Louis ci ville is spending a few days i inSI Stevenspn of this place lJot Loulsyillje j f i 1 H3rbcrb Eddie in rn of thi place a Mss Fairy Lyadane was m SJ Springfield last Friday shop I vpln5gIJ vMiss A die Violett a cftarm Vin brunette of Louisville i ivisiting her sister Mrs W H Payne of Booker MrWin Cull visited his brother brother Jas at Boom tiQId last Saturday Miss Malli Hawking vsited pfriyidsat Wo aiawn last week 1virss Des iie Weekly spent last week with Mr Em rsun iBarlow at Woodlawn l sprilasttyoodlawn WO E1IL3wasini Springfleld last Saturday n buines icewcream supper for theb9rie tit iOJ he New Hope church at an earlydateMissrn Tea and Dan Hard in- i Wyisited their father at Room r i tieid ast Sunday 4M rsIW1n awe ney Earson Barldw Minor Parrish and SpringilatSalurday on business Wh at threshing will wind 6p ithis week 7M17 Lawson Moore visited SnearWood1awnias Supday fSome attraction we presume ir Well when this is punk t ti Spingfield will be ivdry town htn Wf try local option- a 1j1 Zcirif it 4 the bet fui the tktp pleI tLt cOunty we will say men keep it up and if noti t why of course we will say re JftheJawt yrundy Cutsiigerand wife ofr JBookefi visited their t fa reals Mr aD grandii rf itbmIth fthhplace k LSpSr ago s4xemaihlabDut six weeks with rf ttrrlends and relatives t Y Mr Slim Grigsby of Hardin 1ul1t is visiting hlrt inrrinh aLtt 1 placeIgCiiie 7BIccd Skin DIs ascft Cap rider Grealenl Wood J ur If ir F ret1 t Ifyour bloodjfltnipure thin dlS ff ea drhot or iu Ilof humorsIfo Ii tS J aj blood poison cancer carbunclelSF isoresscrofulaecztmai1chin I 1lI I = i BloodC Bam t13 f B tjpires heal aches and pains t anStj bgt1i 1iiicL gItsor byexpress 1 ptJ tm Co sam 5f 1arecIajIy5 n1tfieebywrttvlgM pLeatcd caes1 ktfaU 1iJ1 t Valley Hill r j Altnough news is exceeing1yJ scarcehis WeeIrJ we mate ah itelbsiofimoreofhqw ever itii too dry for news ms to thrive well Jaines Eead of Springfield ted at jElm Hill Sunday ark Shehan of Booker tedhis parents here Satur and Sunday Misses Susie i anJ BerthafEdgertbn of Pileasani GreIvisited relatives near lece Sun- sday v h qisIlfmer a brtef visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Palmer GoatUy Miss Minnie Dtigan wtfo has n the charming guest of her grandmother Mrs S E Piles of this place fur the past week returned to her home at Wooer lawn Tuesday M r ann Mr4vHughey Goatley spent Sunday as guesis of Mrs W F Moran at Elm Hill J H H Tatuafliyhal y removed froje55pbrtbXvnvto the fJVir Geo Whartu of 1bi 4Mr4lnd- ndaughters visited telaflives rhere Sunday JFfanfc Janes and wife visited relatives jn Springfield Sunday MrsJ Li Moran and chif SpringfieldMessrs EandCP Goa Ify accompanied by Misses Do lye Virginand Bessie Dury atit nd oed meeting at Camp Gound rch SuKy Mr Wint Ws ofnear3vig fitedatMrs Vhienan of this pace Sunday and Monday Themornirgtrain 1 north t tound killed a fine calf for 3il rt Donahoe qri the mornihi j of Aug 12 near this station Mnnie the little daughteE of Mij and Mrs J1 M Strange has 5e nqililtn for several lays piist but is some bet lr at this writing lo inedbos SaturdaynnqLfollay eeintehis ki nd ness very n uch Mr Tbohfas A Grundy ac- c i pin eq by Mrs McDo veil ot i sinItoomThreshing thedayare showing up well and dbbut average is expected SI Dry well dry seems the fate of our county indeed Dry i cornlIndtobapc injj rinra Stinra lfetoot e1tfltedptldck spWe a Te cent issue of the News rwhichi askedWhich aI1fJWl manWeni unitacttnattbot= = headed while the ice man Ire eps cool u We also take particular notice tto an article by one of our ablest iealtu Buthorities inwhich the tat ment Pyphoid fever is caused wholly by filthy surround ings and improper bodily clean li ness or something Uie same effect Now friends Iam just recovering my second attack of this draded disease and 1will empbatpcally deny this abit statement for I find to one case caused as above there fiye caused j againIf caseUoe unto the unsanitary condition ofSpringfields surrounding for it is there that both my first and second attacks were contractadS Base hail Avell I guess our boys have at last come to the conclusion that ball praying is altogether a game of luck It has only been a short while since they acquitted themselves re gDITtbut7 u great decrecpectatlysir e last atnftiajts game with Will i greatlyItnnine which they surely needea and went over to help them add llaurels totheir reputation But ah what a sad turn of fate preparfdlor playbaUgrin determination of every player on that team While the pitcher who was somewhat like ours EZ tliefield work was played to perfection not a ban passed the Crouch crew Everyman knew howto play ball and could play consequent ly the score showed 29 to 7 in- avorof the Burg boy Now it seems that our local fans want to get beat again as they have senV a challenge to the VVillls buiif team for another gSme kar a New Jersey Editor Says MT Lynch Editor of tho PbillifS burr N JoDniJr Post ritesIIJ j hare deed many kinds of medicinfes or lycouhbutneverauythiugso goedas Foley s Honey and Tar I cannot say tLo much iin praise of it J Sold by the Red Gross Drug StoreIi i illisbra1 III On accbunt of sickness I have baeg abs llt for a few weeks J1rs 4 W Brown and daugh t1o f Mattie spent last week withfriends in Gison county Mr J W Jenkins and family have returned home after alew weeks visit with relatives at this place Will Sims is very low with typhoid fevec and is not expect ed to survive fIiW Tv Weils is nuch better will go to French Licit Springs the Jatter part of the week Mrs J Mark Sutherland of Rose Hill is visiting her brother Mr Minnor Suieiland tMrs Sue iSe of Lawrence burg is speeding a few day with iends hero E L Mitchell of Lawrence l1tie i iii eIII lasfflMon t I I 1 J I r III 4 I III I The FirstDay is Ladi Si Day I IIaI2da Ib I i remiurnsfoxtheir IH A School CMIta IThe SecondDayachildren Second nay is School Childrens Day wrien all omest Girl Baby under one car old and jn the evening tile Best Turnout for single horses and IPony Turnout j JA t I lthe if ti Handsomest 7 FJIRD i erA Y j willII wjnldTTi1 AIIIf Jtt i 6 I tt tt tt tt ti t ut E A Startlihg Shortage In Coal f ISfG Fill your Coal House the Summer j 12I JjL adtlslngi i I W i hJr VvjRead the fpllpwin1 ffom the press dispatches of Tuesday July 16 r t 51 r Ii T rT rr- Ii riCOAL FAMINE IN MIDSUMMER iIU Butte Montana July 15Although the middle of summer a serious coal G I famine is felt throughout the North t western States The Northern Pacific ec f1iinj Montana is obliged to burn Hock notwithstantclTorts t ditional local supplies A Spokane Mdtltana agent has orders fQr 203 U carsj but has been ableto secure only l nineteen It is difficult wto get any 6coalfrom Canada as tire Canadian Government forbids export of Cana t dian coal until home demands arer1 filled Neatly all the orthwestern nigl1tj6 but are all away behind iJi their oid rs F 4 I Agrea shortage exists on the Pay cific coast TJhe Government has iti been obliged to order 50000 tons sent t from imorc to the navalstatiOns on Balaciflc coast Last winter 1 when great coal famine prevailed 1 =n in be f 40 of use rv tibelieve are prepared to say we will have constantly on band our yards several rades ot the best Coil We have i with the to furnish the Coalandsce have It and wtll sell at the lowest possible figure warrant of the It yourintthe arranged 6 us your and wiil it prQmptty fford to it time you money Remember we riff headquartr Tthat is t U nIlH JONES LX GO1- tt1t1t I I t t4t Ihurg will deliver an address at- the church here next SundayI morning Mrs Stirrctf Louisville iis spending a few days with her ffather Dr JW Siit eriaud SainYeager and wife visited vaL Yancy t1f MooresyilleV lust Sunday Mrsr Randsall and Mfs Sims of Dubcansville visitedi i their brother J A Sims Monday Sam Yeager has moved mt Dr Hyatts properydDr len Hyatt xs called here to see Will Sims Iuesday spentlSuItl iclturneds PljcelJllillsboropspent Sunday with JJ W Sutherland of this place Saw Goodlett andwIle oft and fSundaywith TenYejjfsnir Bcdr toI JFor ten years twas corillned t lneSjT1tesIild It vasso severe that I could not move pat of the tiiiie I tsvletIntvailableII til until Folfeyg Kidney Cure reconimendBB to meL It has been a to Ime Scld by the Red IGodsend Store Forest View Mr Bon Cecilaid family have gone thrs week to visit friends and relatives in Unioncounty daughterfiUS guests at the hotha Thomas Medley vi1reareI Mr Ben Cainomn ieI priTifieldsit asvhile in Owensboro Airs Cambron has gore to stay WI Liia her daughter Bob Mclrt uringhergonetowork We wish him sutcess though have anidea in o mindi that there are attra liqns urjlj Mr Richards oT Gethsema e the music teacher there was at Mr Vat OEfryans last Wednesday night in the interest the school Thopeopleof this communityr wore most terribly shocked PPathoiknocked down and robbed hy sOnic outdatious scoundrel There was a team of base bill uForestsince rrom Springfied and went igbeaten11niIIwith the Frederiokkjowr playtj rsoonI i iroden find tho sI aiwhen YOUl Iiive ja cut burn tbruiset liratcstbethe Red Cross Drug Stoire Y l tp TrentvIIIe l 1Born since our fast to file u 1boyib Mr Ed CheathainJ atrl wife Mooresville land frQlellan flurd sty and family wero the pfeasant guests vof tf Mr Ooe Cheathfcm Sunday r Mr J E Trent and two little Lisfaiher8 j I M te FProtracted on at the Pleasant Grove church he B Cirdof her brother tnlawMr Elmer Burkhead Sunday by Thomas BitdI a oMrs Fanny Prather of Willis b urg is visiting MrBtliie BarI in at this writing Mr Bradford Breeding at dywife Mr Henry White and wifet Mrs Parthcnia Engram andj Miss Jane Thompson spent tl igaySurlday Mr Pope B shop and wife wifeIfBishop Tuesday Mr James L Hendrix and visited Mr Cheat ayatnIud Sunday aimproviltEig Crops are looking somewhat bad now arOund hptar n nrivinnt Ioff the dry weather 7 Mr Erastus Thompson eSCOlIl ted Miss Ada Che1 home church the night of lueetfbg and was badly frighten edion his way by some boys pranks II 3rDlD IWkidney and bladder KidIto bame for resulte as It positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder a bindR toedThorn Hill ghbrsoentFridayo thugherG W Fenwick sold to Robert toMiltononeMissTiminey Rdof Beech lland is the guest Misses lj P tuobinvoMrsdaughter Louise spent with the family of G W wick Mr and Mrs Edwin Yalas and YOUItown f W M Barker spent Saturday afternoonwith G WIenwIc and familv Miss Ad g lituess tSaturday and Sunday There will be preaching at Hardins Chapel Sunday evening at 3 p mi by Rev LawsonJ fIf turned to Lquisvitle after a pleasant to friends and rel Sl atives in this community Mr Lee Hiatt ahd family have iietuntiedt vicinity where ffey will naake telr future home elrMr7TWarrenat Noith Fork Sundav andfl1lD1yMr and Mrs J I Bruer Mr and Mrs VV M1 Barker and Mr ye- nUI Mrsk LanUam spent 5j5unday with Mr Lloyd Fen wiclttand familyS QiVEStanley wink better at this w rutingbeFORGETMENOTII idEYSKlMEYCURE au list thMik the Northwest barns fences even floors of houses were burned for fuel l bylztrgeand Canada This year it is claimed that the entire product of Australian mines will be at home1 also that little coal can obtained from Canada because of the enormous in crease of population in its Northwes impossIbletheply the local demand PacifichauledNovaScotiasuffering settlers What the people of the Northwest to wit Montana WashingtonOregonadd California are going to do for coal the coming winter isa serious question Long ago the authorities v mined businesswe put off con Friday ForF the C afflpaigll Kentucky elefits a strenuoueIticket fall and the and election will bp You cannot keep posted unless ouread a Democratic jthat prints NEWS wp6ut Iefear qV favor The 9iuh1eL Times J Does This We hiveftade a speciallimited ar 3rangements3Dd by mat The Times FIVE MONTHS The NewsLeader 12 MON- THSFoitolyE 235 your order for the com nation to THIS PAPER no The Louisville Times AT as the offer will positively be withdrawn SEPrEMBER1 WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Major Spencer Cosby the engineer ollieer In charge of the Improvement Of e Iotoumc river hits made a 8 ClnlIreport to Mackenzie In regaril to thcIIJKhw y across the ro inue which was built at p host of 1105000 In which he says that all Items In connection with the bridge Its approaches are practical iIiPeted with the exception of the ork remaining to be done by theIi AVashjiigton Alexandria and Ibunt t Vernon Railway company lIt Ireeoznbathat the bridge and ap proaciios from the north abutment j the Washington bridge to the o r nptitclie cf the superintendent of public build lugs and grounds as prirt of the park sy stemSTraffic pver the Potomac the fiscal year June o lustt the draw of the WURS op faenedpassagIleof fi8ni Vessels nt an ap pmxlmatcly 1408 openIngs per dUyb atents per opening TJtaJor Cosby says at the machinery of the draw spanstto Operate atlafaetorll and bu yltfapueatmerly using tho oll Long has tho river by way of the High way bridge ind Its approaches a RecLalmlng Mud Flats 1L The riprap t6newpck along ttieEastto hlmchftnts has completed he retaining wall behind which these fiElIquidEastern branch channel will be pumptnl and allOWed to settle trout Poplar a short distance from then south end of tile Auacostla rlvrwidge to the fill made or four ars ago la trout of the grounds of the Government Hospital For tup In refII1clthe Ltistorh branch Iluch Public Playgrouridtv l TWO new playgyouuds for tim nefit of the youuBstera tt the city who litvo opportjinltles to play In prtheTife money raised by the white dcol4red school song featlvals nudtal e sclilol collections is rG s t were that tbefcoming iwould show h 40 per cent shortage of t tcoal but it looks as if the per cent 1 4 shortage had already arrived All J iai the railroads are largely increasing r Ji tttheir train and thus constant t ly consuming more coal the f St Paul is finished to Seattle theyJ i1J c 4 will require 0000 tons per day for 3railroad use not to mention the new y Litowns and villages springing up along Athe new mileage t 4 For two years past few mines have t Uiri1 J 41fbeen opened For year past no coal lands have been entered the wti PresHent having withdrawn 68000 I 000 acres coal land feom public i jentry qi 7 y The great demand for house a lsumptibn has not yet commenced r iThe existing famine is caused by the 4 great demand from industrial plants J 1and for railroad J L 1 we that cin mines ivill to success J coal give oidei fill You cant this will loo for tile best e1r i i of was quite Mrs we other down of of Mert bam from first home of the Fen Mrs Visit Will Fen needed this caper THE Send Once Clenbral bridge oiended bttchannel During ended bridge average ntinues bridge crossed heed extends point three public larcely warned winter service When one con 1Akk 0t iillll ii kW w WtiWJf J I 3 Lunch RoomJiJlt L fjIII I Ice Cream and SoftMMl J t a I have fitted up my place tf IHISIIMM oaMaj JStreet next tb t yaltDHotelfor the wik of teftCrearnandSoftDinkaandwil1aIohvea 0 I = LUNCH ROOM tWO ii I will aIs 6 keep orr hand fresh fruits eft ai kimfe L 3 Everything new and cJn I re p Y dkit a J sharepfthpublkpafronage v a JI v I C L PRICEi r uv I r 4 i Ir f 1 AnIs CQE1I I fBu4Brand1t 0 The Kind That f KillsJt Haycjoi Robertson4 L CORNER DRUG STOREJ ponsioie ror tna opeijiug or cat irrom l1shlngtorlllanuqunces it a received a total of 2O75Zwlileh IS be devoted entirely to school pliiy grounds I I Other Grounds PlanhMU IDr Henry S Curisupervisor oUt a playgrounds la planning to open otherv new grounds as soon as funds ute In hautj and the arrangements can be tokeelc hol hours and on Saturdays 4105 t ll which will be an innovation be effortlbeing Is e least 5000 to defray the expenses oftb grounds now In use for the jires cut fiscal year Thlsi amount ltJaated will bb absolutely necessaryIn ew ot the tact that goagress cut Itsproprlatlou for tills object In halt the last session Whit Hout In New Dress The White Hous will soon appear itj fInteNfinishedthepresra em Jo the eye more magnificent and statelyFor bQWhJtet suelthorongh rI I1be1ugOld Paint lurnd Off The vcrklff qecessarily slow aoddif jHnlI j In Kilckne s In previous years Qj 1TetUlOOkl ocess of jburnlag o tfct t klp ItI t tVe 1lIkepiad7X l W MeM r iuThe National rirTTfjrt mlt- n c association a necorposa tffii Jzod for the pgrpose cit affettUuj quate medical attention for lll ber tllns purchased t Oiai ap ments at a cot OC100000 2XL Cspi5UtiOt c= tJabout 300 rooms and baa a plyln electric planE IBj the 1IMttr It is a five storyitrudtIre I Altogether the t11ktJli NffuriMl as aifcjodej for ale lMPpQee 9l0 li l socJatlpn unique llu WalJlbtfK stated In the cl1rteiue tu ritscutgifeat nttet1oa and to rip T mrHne jutrdbig and Oktfor WiAtrhen sick secoad to itftotf i H members comforfSWe cjaKWtfii wil homelike surrdunUlhfs and tfci ir biucouragQ economy ttelf attttyail 1 self reliance Those desia t members of tills be teoMfc iMioti t paygIues MMtttif r Qu flfjclltrefM I r f In nddltlou to the jj rt ilncs tuembera must lie ef fMA JMHpal character and I er1 Wtthree cud fiftyfive jew fNI iNrfc acute or chronic allin ilw4tedlsiiunllfjr them frornieHKIOJ to wnform ta Mw mkfr ttfown by the assoclatta t The vxlkllug will linntUiMr h m modQleil na sarftiMri ii t Clfcycr4 h1lbQiatotles anti eeiMapwilt ue eonstvttelW a4 fiOtf di uulldlusr TvlU be r r fwIthitlou ufllu MSQCM b CktX O it C Cal Wa L4s y Pttah Iresw IaunehtWsays QWRsiIugtons lS H en with u tttda tyir fEd 4tcr and that W cu So aajrthiac 1tc tail io c 7 c w r 7 7V v4 DRJJ M4 BURTON J E DENTIST TjiTtf EXTRACTED fiiauT PAIN 1 lock wp alm 11 I RRJ1F1ELD KY t All ntat Work Strictly 1 ftirstclass lJt Taithji flryucUi ind Sirgcon 4cchour8to9am i j I 1 to 2 pm OooyerEa3rdons Drugstore 1J nl mptonMQiI ICffce ilOJera JIouseI Office Phone Ne L RcaUence Ne 38 iWF GRIOSBY tATTORNEVATLAWI 4z1 OSee SYeGpe5 Ballk- M iuN8FIJLDXY J WPmT1- 3BARDS HYATT PkysicIis1iiids Surgeons OCfttovr C W Hagan s gro jbiry opposite Presbyterian church n tWWRay PHYSICIAN AND stjoNpf Office over Havdon Robert k jwns Drug Storer 1 Phones Office 115 f Residence 172 f JW1N YMAYESc ifUlfRAt UIHECTUR AADn lICEMSEDEMBAlMER t TELEPHONE DAYIJ9tNIGHT 74FfflRUFIELBhT R J t Ralroad ScuduleVFollowing iaj the time schedule- D c flow in effect 6n the Bardslown I and Sp ingtieljd branch railroaLf1t igJNo 41 Leases Louisville at 430 pmB a c S town Junction 622 p m Bardstown Q06 pms rives at Springfield 7105 p m it No 42 Leates Springfield SBrarrlVefi at Louisynie 740 am No 43 Leaves Louisville att1 1820 am Bardstown Junction y0 am Bardstown 1100am arthe Springfield 1230 pNo44100 p pa 1 Bard tpwn4 220 pmtBrd tow JunotJpn 485 pm t arrives atLqjviUe 645 pm i onlyLeaveingtield rstowi 8 am Bardstown Junction 845am arrivee at Louisville g 35a1I1 Vvi o 91SnndysonlyLeavesI liduisyille at 6 pn Bastowp iJjisctioDj 645 pm Bards town w TjjftOpm arrives Springfield t d25 pm L tr KILLTHt COUCH unCURETHC LUNGSL wITH Dr Kings New Discovery lJIKI c8 BrlJUCEFr II AlLTIMIOAT All LtOOUIW DAZATXZD BATIPACTOZI J 4 rOOJmYum asper ront r Mr Jasper Whallen formerly t fyltb Mr Jll aotffKjrj is now Associated withc rJl L Smith Market Street I betwten 3rd apd 4ih Louisville fjCy We cordially invite our ittlrieods ahd your friends to califf SQff B8 when ia the city and to jend us orderryfor any goodsa ffjrneed w cr 1 StfaihI WWsWcs 225 tte 4i II11 killed In ndlo r fJfIIt tOper case r j lyr We ship to all points fromr 1 a4wijl e House or fi omIfuRl lga Stale Street New M L tyL Indiana W L Smitho j frI1 Cradlet + j JJy onhand plenty ograi-il 1 BMLd 6f the btt natural s J11 tb timber At UM tam i ft 4ritd Jf HBon SriugI1d Ky4 r yr i TOWN ii I iii ffini fiLocal Happenings or Interest The Freshest and Latest t AHAteut Yourself Friends iiI and Acquaintances tI1IavI RRRftftftAnAftft xat jar tops and gums at Lawrences grocery Try Satisfaction best coffee 18c at Lawrences grocery mNTED White girls as waitt ressesat thE Walton Hotel Stone jars and jugs all sized 7c per gallon at Lawrences grocery Fruit jars pints qearts Half gallons cheap atI Lawrences grocery Buy th- a Fairbanks Morse en glees and crushers best made y G Marks Agt Mchineryjof all kinds ov r- hauledatl t NG Marks machine shop Gasoline engines a specialty Have your knives 4low points mowersgrQund Nfr Marks i FOR SALE A black mare will i work anywhere also a 2year old Waco Dare filly MtWANTED 200 men to pick eed corn good wages write for f particularsFUNK EROS SEED Co QlopmmgtonIIl Mr and Mrs James R Clay brouke are holding al family reunion at their home near- exasthis t week AIloftte1r and grandchildren are present 1Mrdealer sold for Joe Johnson his farm on Beech Fork one and a half mles below Fredenckstown containing 176 acres for 6000 L Jaaes was the purchasera rrrhreKUlarWashington county Medical SQ4 iety was held here on Monday r Peak of Louisville and Dr cChord of Lebanon were among the visitors Dr Peakp reada paper on intestinal ob ionr We have received from the ecretary of the Bullitt county Fait Association a ompIhp nary ticket to the far atShepa herdsAriUe which is to beheld this year August 2023 and 1 prjmises f to be up to its usual of excellence for cbun ty fairs Atgustus Ottj ofthis plape and C B Cleaver of Lebanon who engaged in a personall en counter at tbatI WJl tso weeks ago were fried in ebanon Police Court Monday t Ott was acquitted but Cleayer as held over to Lhe grand juryE on the charge of maliciousr cutting Springfiel is new a dritownI so Jar as licensed saloons arett concerned The licenses of the two remaining saloons expired last night and no more liquor will be legally permitted to be sold in the county from now on Under the local option law the vote on the saloon question can not be taken again for twp years BMC DalljSbeinJrevived ans are quite enthusiastic over the goodgames pulled off by1 tha Springfield team recently Tha home team went to Bardstow i last Friday and putt up anexj game against the strong club of that place The result was 4 to 3 in favor 61 Bardstown Onr Tae day afteruoan a nine from Lebanon came Over and Crossed bats with thehpme t team 1SprinKfieldI We take this method 4ff thanking the people of Texas neighborhood and vicinitytfor syrpPathyduringt oar dearly beloved little dgugh ter Clova We cn only pray Gods richest Blessings upon them and that na shadow like thh may ever darken their homes but if in His divine provi dence He should allow them to be thus afflicted we know they could nob ask more consider a tion loveVkindness and sympa hy than we have received from themW COOANOUGHER AND WIPE WINNIE COCANOUGHEB TOPIG8 n ft n ft ft ft ft ft n ft PER I J IMiss Ella Sweeney 0 is visiting Mr H M4 Grundy spent Sundayitit Wakefield Mr T Scott Mayes and fami ly are at Tatham this wejk- Mrsr R E 0 Lawsori jis visiting friends in Henderson Judge Ii H Thurman is see i lug thePerryville lair this week Mr and Mrs Gilbert Carpen ter are attending the Perryville Fair Mr J4 Rogers Gorevand fami ly were at Tatlam Springs lastI weekV t l County Clqrk W F Booker returned yesterday from Tatham Springs Mr N L Buster und soflj Nimrod are visiting Mrs JB RoBards ij Mrs David R Litseyt is visit ing her sister Mis Arch Hayes in Louisville I i t Miso Ellen Wathen and Mrs Q N Cooper are visiting rela lives in Lebanon 2Messrsi GC Wharlon are at Tat am l Spring this week 5oMrsdaughter will return home from l Cincinnati this evening n Miss Veola Brown is visiting her sister Mrs Newell Me Claskey at Bloomfield S Messrs J H Browne and John HrowneJrwele over 5from1MrsMoor auville La is visiting her sister Mrs T W TSimissJJ- Mr and Mrs Cdnrad Hertlein of nd Mr AdOlph Hertlein have returned from Griffin Springs Mr and Mrs Hubert Clay brooke of Scottsboro Ala revisiting relatives here this week iMiss Fnnie MCEIroyjoined a arty of Lexington friends Tues dar to go to the Jamestown Ex position Dr J B RoBards and wife and Miss Sadie Mayes visited Mrs N I Buster last week and attended the Harrqdsburg fair Misses Margaret and Acquine Montgomery have returned tot LouisviUe alter two weeds VisIt with friends and relatives here rsW M Sweeney and t oJchildren aryaI1dWilliamJreo turned to Louisville Tuesday after seyeral weeks visit witbI relatives Mr Pat Tobin formerly of this place but wfajo has beep living at Pawnee Ipfor sev eral years is here on a yisit to l t atrvesI I Misses Lydia Duncan and Ab bie Kimball left Tuesday ford the Jamestown Exposition and will visit relatIves two weeks in Virginia Judge Jack W Thompson formerly of this place but now a citizen of Indianapolis was here this week to vsit old friends and relatives Misses Eva Cooper Mayme Allen and Laura VanNatta andJ Messrs Will Green Scott Mc Cabe and Clifford Roberts spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Brooks ofIMrs John M Knoxville Tenn Miss Marga ret McDowell of Perryville visited their aunt Mrs A CI McElroy last Wednesday Mr and jMrs Hughii Mrsl Lizzie Durrett ands n Mrj MorrieDurrett and Mrs Clias Brady left Monday tar a trip 10I Jamestown Washington New York and Niagra Falls V party composed of Misses IA Brown Lizzie Leachmau MniIDuncan Kate Mayes Fred Hag n and 1rIvan Hagan Miss Blanch Griffin of Perjy ville and Miss Maryt Brown of of Louisville went to Griffin Sprmgs Tuesday for a weeks stay i Notice All persons knowing themselves to beindebtedto me are thereby nolijped to call and make ortheywilltbe collection I need the money andI mean b sinessJSCt PRICE Early 1s14 F I For Sale A good seven room dwelling on Grandy Avenue contains nearly two acres iiLot location newly paioled Will sell reasonable For further particulars Icall on T D Tapp or McBlroy vWhartcn Real Estate and Insur ance Agents Spring8eld Ky Commissioners Sale Lenora Carricoy et al Plff EquityEmmaBy virtue ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit termthereofI shall prpceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ONMOOTAY AUGUST 26 1907 at oclock pm or thereabout being highestbjdIone and twO years the following described property towit Two tracts of land which lie together and form one body and situa ted iii Washington county Kyand bounded as follows Traet No 1 Beginning at a stone corner to Cambrons land on North side of Springfield and Hardins creek road thence with same as it meanders N 50 E 30 poles thence S G5 E 40 poles thence SP764 E 24 poles thence S 73 E 13 poles thence S 80 E 60 poles thence N 88JE2S poleshencewhite ak corner to Bowles andI Burkes land on the north side of said road thence with Burks Jine S 45 W sametthencesugar treteence S36iV 17 poles to a stone in Blincoes line thenceN 40 W 98 poles to a stone on a branch below the mouth of A drain thence Nt91 W 40 12 pores to a stone in said t thence N 89 12 W 70 poles to a stone corner to Jack Cambrons land thence with his line N 48 W 31 t poles to a stone about 12 pole south f a buckeye corner to same and j nbrons land thence with theirI beginingTract No2 Beginhing at a wal iit tree ona branch thence N 30 Btj05 poles to a white oak tree on t pig road leading from the mouth of Hardins Creek to Springfield thence 45 w 102 poles to a stone corner to Martha Cambrons track thence withs her lineS 40 E 53 poles to said Cam f brons line thence up the branch N 0 E 33 poles to the beginning corner containing 28U acres making one connected body of land containing 14 34 acres For the purchase price the ur- haser or purchaserSr with apprqved or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to cQmply promptly with these tern l iM G LEACHMANe MCW C yI For Sale tIrA two horse power gasoline engine in good running orderh will sell cheap Apply to the i Blue GJass MFG Co ofW FfGrigsby Atty 4i DeWitts Little EarlY Risers doni sicken or gripe Small pills easy to ake Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store FACTS IN FEW LINES The Iron mines of Australia hnnIbgon olllelally estimated to contain over nOOCOGOO tons ofore Educjitlon In India advancing In t Bengal tthe governments expenditure under this head last year was 3075 flU Tho gifts of Christian people Ini thc t United States toward various phllan hripjiles totaled lust year more thai t 28 ObooooI j Tfhe races of the world are numbered at slncntJ two making use of 40PO tongu H There are aboU 1000 religious Flsliguard the new Welsh iport of the Great Western railway Is 11imiles nearer New York than LIverpoo and HfJyHve miles nearer than Plym outh kTheof the band which kidnapped BurollI vou Heeiustra near Smyrna Is re- Ported to have tiled from wounds re ceived at the time of his capture Switzerland Is beginning to feel the unrest now prevalent in many parts of Europe iind in many of the strong Protestant cantons the separation ofaCiiurch aid state Is being vigorously agitated A ped piper Is wanted in the va1s Icy of Aghlll in Corsica where great damage Is being done by a plfogiie of crickets and a substantial sum Is promised to any one who can suggest an Xfllcadoiis remedy I pI4skiifui from the entrance to prince Wit llajin sound is befouling knowli as r d garden spoti Last winterthi e wail no fyerJIhduthJ A part of sixteen Swedish policeI CPrtwsenj ovorjiy the chief police corimls rshiner of Stockholm are in Londiu to stidy English police procedure in all tab branches jIA hQle In the front yard of lrsI Mary rrow of Goslieii N II wab tjIIcovered recently and upouexamlna tioilan old well twelve feet deep nud nearly full of water was found hslTrow who tins lived on the place for fiftytwo yiiars never knew of thpJ well Potato growers in north Wales areI oWarnedand fisheries to destroy at once aQrtt plant Infected with the disease knowii as black scab It Is a disease ofl recent Introduction and passes Inthelspring from the noiilnfectlous wintert t stage to th highly dangerous sumImer stage l The new custom house at New YorkI which has cost the government some 8000000 is seven stories high and stands facing Bowling Green on the site of Fort Amsterdam byllt in 1720 and of Gov rnment House built for President Washington In 1700 where George Clinton und John Jay afterIward livedaJ Excatfatloiw at Wareham Dorset silre4gjrndrgu1it to Ihdit the i1 i J tottirtlVJns oftiffe cnStie Destroyed by the Danes In 876 it was rebuilt In 1114 the Earl of Montgomery condemn ed to imprisonment there for rebellion against Henry I starved himself to death The castle and fofvn were selz ed by Bobert de Lincoln in 1138 All trace Qf the castle had been lost for centuries The first original description of America ever written has Just beesS discovered It was penned by Diego Alvarez Chanca physician to the second fleet of Columbus and was dated at the port of Isabella Santo Domingo in January 1494 Dr Fer yorkAeademyOtsonian institution pf Washington SmIthII and abetting uncovered the Asbestiis horseshoes are an invention of a Honolulu blacksmith There hhs long been a demand for such an arti cle it is said Visitors to the volcano near Honolulu usually ride from the Volcano house down into the pit and ocrqss to the Halcmaumau pit on Jiorijes But the heat underneath the floor of Kilauea has been Increasing to such a degree that the horses feet suf fer hence the need of noniieat conduct lug shoes When Ihe klng of Italy was told that a son had been born to the wife of Lloyd C Griscora the American ambassador in Rome he exclaimed I had always believed thatambassa ibm were blessed only with grandsons Ambassadors as well as sen ators iised tt6b old men but this all seems to liei beeu changed Ambassador Griscoih Is only thlrtjfbiu years old and It will be many years before he a grandfather For seventeen years the Ladles Aid society of Sedallu MOhas acted n- MBetsYI1oSSforlthe MK and T railway company furnish es all the material and the women are paid a cent each for making the hugs Many shipments of a hundred do2eu have beeu made There are four styles of hose flags net signifies danger white a clear track green that a sec 6nd section is following and blue that an engine or ear In the yard Is under going repairs College graduates seem to be about the cheapest things going in New York city A publisher doing business there Is quoted as saying that the enslestj kind of help to obtain nt 12 a weekj Is the recent college graduate A lead ing lawyer of New York goes even tuttlier by declaring it Is appalling to find Ute number pf college graduates of floug standing who are today filling clerical positions at 10 or J2 per vcelc For ninny years It has been ib s siIn New York city to employ at Tram 10 to 12 per week large mini befs of lawyers of over ten years etanding who were graduates of both college and law school Flowers That Fight Many Qlants and flowers are provided i with devices that protect them from undesirable lusects and other e1 emies The cactus and other prickly plants find their spikes an admirable protection while several plants exude a sticky liquid which entangles insects to climb up the stern As Ilnsctst1te useful to many flowers in the pollen from the male to ue female plants provision Ismnde to attract those Insects which are capable of performing the service arid to exclude those which would be of no- tuse to the flower Several pale flowersI for instance which attract moths ex hale a fragrant odor only in the even abroadlrindthe flowers close and thereby avoid the notice of undesirable Insects abroad at that time Certain plants of the dnnIdellon class actually have bodyguardsd of ants Which repel the attacks ofsdestructive beetles the nnts being repwarded with nectar IIbj cAjThereAmerica that the hottest fire cannot burn It Is called the rhopala The people In the district of Bolima aretIn the habit of setting fire to the plains nllurlnJthe purpose Of destroYI the dryc weeds that might Interfere with the growth of vegetation when the rains come Everything goes don beforel these great fires old and young trees as well as weeds everything except this rhopala tree which always sur vlyes It is an ugly plant small and scraggy with a Avlld znd desolate np pearanco but it Is a verjltable solan mander in the vegetable world ItsIIl ability to resist fire consists llthestructure of Its bark the outer part of which to the depth of hiilf an Inch c Is formed of dead cells and fibers This makes t an Incombiistlbfe coat tt which not only will not burn Itself but eep the fire from the living inner parts h Mottoes of Great MenIt Here are the mottoes of some of the worlds greatest men One thing at a time and that done well was n guiding rule of Gladstone What line been done can be done gain Lord Beaconsfleld believed and practiced fHitch your wagon to a star In i Eracrson as in turn it has in j spired and encouraged any others uBe cautious but hold the great Rothschild clalme4 as his chosen busl ness maxim Charles lylngsley iised to say When am engaged on any piece of work I go at It as If for the time being there was nothing else in tile world worth oingSConundrums j WIth what do mermaids tie up their t hair With a marine bAnd What Is that which occurs twine InnY nfojuent apd not once In a thousand years The letter M Why does a spider appear to hove wings It often takes a thy What 1s that which by losing an eye has nothing left but a nose Noise t Why Isa beehive like a spectator tt It Isa bee holder beholder i When does a lad thfhk her husband t Hercules When fond of his club I Pup ahd Pupil It has become the custom among 1111l bred people to apply the word pup r puppy as a terra of reproach but- tthere is nothing In Its derivation to t warrant such a use The edltor might apply the term to all school children In b not only an Inoffensive but perfectly y legitimate way for it Is merely a cou- ptraction of the word pupil which In I Its turn comes from the Latin pupil I lust and means a little boy orjd little girl A dog is called a pup perhaps because it Is a pet Chicago Neiwsi The Origin of Bread Ching Nouug the successor of Folds said to have been the flrsttio teach men the Chinese the art of Slaking bread from wheat floufn This vaIn ble bit of InformStioV was given abont 1603 B a I fIHER LITTLE JOKE The love of n man for u woman vvhei that Romun happens trf be his wire Is s kloui at long duration It fades almost us soon as It Is born and It woud besafe to say that 90 percent otll the modern husbands would con template the elopements of their wives with other m 1as a trifling occur rence These frords occurred In the latest sex novel called Man the Deyourer IIwonder If the authoress Is right said Mrs Jerniyn 1 wonder It hus bandS are really as indifferent as she represents I dont think Herbert would tae things very easily If he came home one evening and found me gorie with a handsomer man Still ono never knowRvAs she sat thinking a visitor was an flOunced It proved tpbe MrsPar tirldge a frivolous young WidoW Who had been a school friend of MrS Jer myn In days gone by All Oracle how are you So glad youve cOme cried pretty llttler Mrs visitorImthroughluisMrs rarjridge smiled Most novels nowadays are written to re19ce narcotics I think she sald quickly What Is your special form ot boredom In the direction of fiction now 1 uOh that book which every one Is running down and which every one Is Widing Man the Devourer There Is one passage In it that has Just struck mean being absurdly cynicaL Listen She read out the lines to Mrs Par tridge who listened carelessly Its true enough said the young widow only too trw uOh Gracie how can you Im sure there are Just as many husbands who would be awfully upset and grieved as husbands who Would be Indifferent Why Herbert I know would be quite distracted Why dont you put him to the test asked the other woman suddenly Only as a joke of course Whatever do you mean Why write out a note saying thtyou have left him forever put It In a conspicuous place qn the mantelpiece and then retire behind the curtains 09himMrs jyrmn thought a momen- tIt would be good fun she said Ubut It seems a shame doesnt It Not at all Now if you hesitate InIthis manner I shall say that you are afraid to put Mr Jermyn to the test Im nothing of the sort retorted the young wife hotly How qare you say so Well Just to show you that I am not afraid I will act on yourBUg gestion Whats more Ill do It at once j Bravo cried the other her hnmTs What runr gI Pun Wont Herbert look blue But I Just be quick now if Im goingI I to play this trick for see Its nearly and he reaches home punctually at a quarter past She sat down at the writing table and quickly penned the following 1ter1 again I do not ask you to forgive me but try t6 forget as soon aa possible your erring wife I will not pain you by going Into the reasons for my flight and no good could be done by such explana ion I do not ask you to forgive me but try to forget me as soon as possible MAUDE Mrs PartrIdge on hearing the note burst Into an uncontrollable fit of laughter i Upon my word Maude she sahl youre quite a mistress of the art qt letter writing That letter is splen id It reads so genuine too Hes ure to be taken irf4y It Now then ut it in an envelope anU direct it to im So the letter was accordingly inclos d and directed tp Herbert Jermyn I q and left on the mantelpiece The sound of a latchkey In the door warned tile two women that they must disappear and they accordingly betook I ItthoI Then they waited for what was to omeC tHerbcrtt looking worn and tired Business had gone awry with him during the day He was jade aull haggard Through I ut the long had weary city hours lila wifes sweet face had haunted him nd now he was disappointed on reach ng home not to find her there Wheres Maude he muttered Shes usually waiting for me when I home whats that 4Hister on the mantelpiece With a quick movement he took It down and tore open the envelope One uUrrled glance he gave one cry o uttered and lien fell Ko tho ground stonE druidp5 4 The doctor baU1y summoned pro nounced that Herbert Termyn had died 4I from heart disease Soiiip violent shook has doubtless elyIDOIUCh iiitliJr experienced by jour hu hand And Mrs Terfiiyn could only stand tiotlonless and speak not a word And that was the pnd of thejoket fIn the Opinion of the Purist You wouldnt thhAv tto look at meL lie said with n good feat of pride that rhadsqjjandered twp fortunes would you Ko candidly I wouldnt I should have guessed that your fortunes were taken from you by people who had glayed you for a sucker But perhaps u do not draw these fine distinctions rIulllWet and Not Wet Perhaps some of you may1g1w1tb trick hilt those ot you that do uotIWW find It nditO believe thut you may plunge your hand Into a bowl ot wa ter and take front the bottom ja rinjgor other small object without getting your hand wet a Th re Is no magic In it nor Is It real ly a trick All youhttve to do lia to sprinkle the surface of the water with some powder tlnit haB no jittractionfor he water something thit the wat rLwill not wet Nothing better may b Whlcb1OUplunge your hand In take up the ring and show the spectators that there Is not a drop of moisture on your hutThe reason Is that the lycopodmm tonUs a sort of glove around your hand to which water Trlllflbt adhere tjdUCktj not been under tl4i surface Te lyoo podium gives the Lama quality to yua llantL LsC 4 p ii ii = iiTi IIG t I I i I t 1 1 To begin Saturday next at S lL I THE BIG STOREtI I I t I I ri r III I i r it I I ODDS AIN D ENDS 1 11tiPf t Itpo fer besides many other bargains I lepartmentsome 1 price orf that will rnovethem quick I f4 H t Pi a Just received alotor Fall Style iijLadies Suits and Skirts i t j1W I I tij I 1Il i I kI 1 Ii ii 1 a a Y r If Bargains Big Baigtosll f1 I AT COSTS Jf1fC 1f IN TIN AND GLASSWARE tIJt Good bargains in Masons Jars pits gk Il quarts and h lfaallonsIJ C 7 y My tock uf Groceries is cowplete in erery HM 4 jMeat Lard Sugar and Fkwr i 1 sold at close piiIcef for cash Coimtry prodiot w t 0 tchange same as cash c V CASH PAID FOR EGGSl tlI i I a FIVE PER CENT Off FoVeASM j r lr if LAWRENCE sb f Uer jr s t i F 1 KEEP YOn8sE FrIlI A e r b L t While in the Tobacco patch f a l t by buying one o r J f 5 9 tI ft tI 4S i Hh Tobacco Y i it if t tP 1 J I r9 ji tiWtProfSuItsf-r 4 j f I iI e js Something Which every Tobac tco gffrwefhejeilSi Call amjstt fot t them at Cr t r 4 t iItn113y MJlI 1 1JmBRj T f J q mBE II 4 y 41 ti 4 f j tj t1 p 4 1 MM t vr7 ss rw T J w I g- i 1L 5itiitdul of Hk aiaRej t Miyed tk Jf j k t kCL = i r JIIo j 1at liif Mag BctttaUrioM a ptrioMaii W U ksM without suftr in iiy wriott Jow of tt yS f MMif- fi T4quMkmbis bd a vast 1tQrkwi i i wo 1JA4 quarter of a ceo jtory Isi eveni fresh interest by U osof Uecll MW s an Nvyeftro dboy o 18110 tfI s p tt it at b Bt Low City BoapifcU 8ix wss ago th1 hey Ws take to the hospital WJJJI It bdiy crDshd I I thsYloofihe1efttewip1e A Mrp brokefi bone lhad been tearingLiI 4 Le Wain cortriKg but actually Twirjwf Hsaijf am inch deeper iia ts raiiJl iijtatlf cutting and i WvfktiBf the CM tisswte over a i cirewMr pcf as lar e as aisilver OU fUJW Sk klttd perform ti a operation inmtdiately vT b Cecil WM put to bed4o rite The waa eokMreS sIMOMl btlpitcs but he lived luwlh ib ikeajre i hy Dr Shank laaiUto be practically out of iaaftr That is apart of the51 uijr AiKHber part 3s the At in two operations and y care of the injury rio lees fi teaipoomlal of the brain liwigbe tftW from the bovs 5Twa4 Tins strange woand to thiciin itself is rapidly heal mgV Cecil appears all right bright and cheerful rth wpttnd was found to be in tat pt of fhe left side of thfbraia which year of experi KMlifrff bftajpreUy clearly Icteqr 0 t tiifei as ibej5pti ch zone In lijrJf in thiS zone show various e1fe according to their i l3cliticn Sometimes the injured pinion will retain hIs under sUfliiag pf Words but will lose t Hiip wtr to fpeak A atrang e ftmtvrt of the boys case is tht t be cannot jtmeccbgr books and Incttjaata that a few weeks Ago fw4atmi1iirto him Robin 54k Crusojnj ti fairy books are i t rely new to j21m r i vCWirei ii ftii ntererrcIa caildrea who are aaf it fwimf from khdEer Such is the ciusc oial baby1 wI o cry and are tMiSd ffr Hcttessirlifcn they really t9iiXring fro llhunser This ii etadIrGikeIroca not being as At8 ewioteSf Whites Creau Vewail ftke will cause tbera to cease cryipg iiS Wfim to thrivi at once Give it ajtrkl Sbld by the Red Cross Drug Ste k Hid in His Fotket I pr Buster Phillip who killed big wife and wounded MM Vtkina and George Sallee was tarought ihto court Thursday and his examining trial was set Tor Angus 12 White The pro C3 dinga were going on one of the Lair boys a brother of the murdered woman withhis hand IninWexket was edging to wiitds Itiillip bqt afri iid atd Colonel Gaither who is defend lug him stepped between him betoIntended to work on Buser if he edot been headed off Har fpdsbiirg Herald ITberea not the slghtest rislc Siioaing your money when YOU buy a dollar Hypmei outfit tot culf catarrh as the Red Cross InV stOre will refund jour Dbuey if the tretmentfails t v Drinf Burglars A j Mr iL G Cecil and family ffcere awakened between one and byifq1bef pretence of a b rll1r1Dthe Choose Mr Cecil demanded the 1inirudertO leave atJd he lost no I theiffewiBdow As he was paving 4Mr Cecil Ired Several shotsbut 4iled to fell the bold prowler iHaJiad ransacked the house ap f pr Btfy looking for money am w ij1tfrtf and jttrted with a lott 4f ekMiiii 9t hich was dropppda j as icf as the shuts were fired i Wil1e tike dramatic proceedings Sw roing bn down aairpj iioher burglar whof was ran sacking tbe different room up stairs jumped out of a second iitsKir window and made a butt rert As sooa as the robber badbeeni dizpertad Mr Cecil a4ttnptod to cUl up the officers dai Danville and found ttat his ttlephope wires bad beencut tba thieve having antici ated r It ingattckedlDaRville yttterday jcormng notifiedI police were pn mjpty notified in adjojning towns Danville Ad vock Hurried buainess men worried mothers who do not take time to eat and dyspeptic s of every Age and condition will find relief id 1llo na stomach tablets Fifty frURedCommissioners Sale Everett Parrlstf Pit vs InEquity Richard Hood Dft OrderfCourt Tendered at the May term 19077 in the above style tause Ishall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 26 190T At oclock P M or there about to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described prop ertytowitA tractor parcel of landl lying and being In Washington coun ty Ky arid bounded as follows Be ginning at a stone in the middle ofr pikthenceCrows line corner to Ben Crow thence sycamoreiBBishops line up Duncans S 64 E lOjfi pdles to a stake tbene6E45 45 poles thence S 56 34 E 24 poles to a stob near a wateij dam corner to Toll House lot thence with said lot N S pikethencepolls to the beginning containing aboiit 36 12 acres Debt 45000 Interest 7250 Cost 4500 Total 51700 For the purchase prIce the puM approvedSfcurltybonds bearing legal interest from havingtheA lien will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms 5tf a LEACHMAN M CW C C The little pocket physician iJs what Hypmeis friends named the pocket inhaler that goes with each outfit Carries medication right to the spot where its Deeded Complete foutfit lat Eel Cross Dru toT i Bloodhoundt Marshal Lair of Hustonviiie brought his bpod hounds to Danville yesterday to chase the thieves who entered Mr J G Cecils residence on the Han rodsburg pike Monday night The hounds struck the Cincin nati Southern this side of FauJ con rt come down the roadto Danville and went out the road to Lebanon pike thence the Alum Springs pike to a point just this side of Parksvllle where the trail was lost The officers have a pretty good clew to the perpetrators and arrests are likely 1to foliowDnviUe- Advoci tee D T l reataeBCj j 1r 1tlo CerateNlaikauea Window Shades If the window shades are all worn and soiled at the bottomdo not throw away but cut off soiled pjart make an other hem and put back stick If shade is not long enougiLto cuj away open the hem at the bottom and take shade from roller nail the bottom of shade on roller make new hem and put back stick FalllnlJSbampoo mix ture made by dissolving ah oily soar In hot watera tablespopnful Df shavedf soap to a cup ot water Add ten drops of glycerin If your hair Is light yon may put hra half teaspoonful of pbw flered borax Wash the hair well with this solution nnd rinse In many waters Transparent Paste Grind rice until as fine at flour wet It with cold water then add boiling water and boil till cooked as thick as paste when cool add a little alum or Jngleepit to freeze glycerin Skin Lotion Take one ounce of pure glycerin If It agrees with the skin Some peopfr cannot use glycerin Add a quart of camphor water not spirits of raid phor and to this add a tablespponful of bpfar Te Purify Clnterp Water Cistern water that has become black and lly may be clarified with powder ed bora and powdered alum Four toclarltT TIM ke sf OMf h CODtiMM- tMtMyourB mtaa M diMwtod and- y poLw 1siWtanc wsabsasd j T efcQff ErnLrj kkLaa4trthNuyoqrIsgjr atiItJ IL1fttOIIH JhditwhifM tO CMMt PEOPLE OF THE DAY- Allwma New Swwter Johaflolll8 Baakhead who succeed the lIat0 John T Morgan as Ukited States senator from Alabama has been in congress eighteen years Last year he failed oT reelebtlbn and de dared himself a candidate for senator winning at the primary election Senator Bankhead is a native of Alabama and Is sixtyfive years old He Served four years In the Confederate army and was twice wounded leaving JOHN H BAifKKEAD the service with the rank of captain Durlpg his career in congress he has served on many committees his most important assignments being public buildings and rivers and harbors When Captain Richmond Hobson navysrgo couraged the navy department and Hobsons application was rejected Then Hobson resigned and went after Bankbeads scalp They had a stump ing Canvass In which the youthful hero put It all over the hero of 1801 So Bankhead by defeating HObson ret1Jnenteected Hobson to congress and Hobson by defeating Bankhead for the house landed him lnthe senate Pen Picture of Richard Croker Here Is an Interesting picture of Richard Croker and his home near Dublin iThe hou fe Itself Is a dream of opulent beauty for It hasbeen newI recreated by an American American love for comfortable and lururtbuB Interiors This man with the knickerbockers the white short beard the tranquil and Impassive face and The soft and almost cooing voice who skvs very little but listens with untiring ourtesy to everybody else Is no other than he who was once known as Boss Csraker Every visitor to Mr Croker has th visit the stables andi there you will see some of the horses which have already won jgreat prizes and are expected to win more This white beardedmanith the tranquil air the gentle voice and the soft manS ner has yet In the sterii lines face Jn repose In the firm Igbtm utiJ- lathe powerful Jaw and In the clearV strong blue eyes as In the well knit short strong frame ample outward evidences of the will of Iron which was able to dominate potent a cpm munity as NW York and to be for years the dictato of its policy Its ofV flclals and Its administration A Noted Detective James McParlqnd the detective who wrung from Harry Orchard the story of the murder of former Governor Steii nenberg of Idaho and a score of other killings has achieved remarkable suc cess In his chosen line of work Born In Ireland sixtythree years ago Mc Parland came to this country In 18G3 Nine years later be secured fl Job with the Plnkertons InChlcago Since then b has made history For many years prior to the advent of McParland the Molly Maguirea had kept the anthracite regions of Penn sylvania In a state of terror Mur JAMES MPABIiAKO ilers were of frequent occurrence and railway and mine offlclais were In dal ly peril tn 1873 McParland wa com missioned to put the Molly Mngulres ettCcnmeJIn 1870 McParland went ontlie stand find gave testimony that sent eleven murderers to the gallows and aboutt forty others to prison That ended Ibe Molly Magulres Foe a long time Me Parland WAS lost slgljt of Twelveyears ago McParland appear ed In Denver apparently broken down In health but his ears were open ant his mind as alert as ever His work IlJ trailing Orchard and extracting tin aWful confession of twentyjsix mil flers Is a matter of present tiay rocon HINTS FOR FARMERS I SummerIandhecpossible nnd as wine a range jis you can fur nish Summer Is a critical period InI theymustespecially against disease protecteV dogSI grassjindgoaf1fiS protectione complete Sheep do not often die from ItIpasIforl1nkbownYeedS1tbnt I pure or tainted water are perhaps due snore losses from disease than any oth er one causecmdyFor HrFiJDurug th 8lDlmer mouths cnttle jll wurri txsmtx YIUILI7 When the Hair Falls Then its time to act Noime to study to read toexperit ment You want to saVe your i tSomaket very minute that if your hair 1 ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp Wealthy The hair stays in It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The betkimd of a teat oaia1J Sold10r over sixty years Xa4e byJQ Ayes 00 Lowell Ha IAJao aisauketurrI or 11t1uersSAlSAI ARILLt II I against a periect cioua or mes tnat seem to be endowed with a peculiar Intelligence They seem to have gaug ed the exact scope of therfwefeplng taU nnd do not come within Its range Instead they attack the headttnd shoulders writes an Iowa fartfTeTfn Farm Progress The following Is a rather old ashlohed remedy but it has stood the test of time than which no better recommendation could be given Crude cottonseed or Jlshi oil and pine tar mixed about two parts of the former to one Of the latter Thfe two mix readily and are very easily applied to the animals at milking time by means of a large paint brush Applied In this manner It takes but half a raln ute5 ton cow making the cost of the application but a small mnUerII Watering Horses No animal will drink too much If watered sufficiently often hence ther fis no necessity for uniting the sup ply except when the animal has been deprived of water for too long a time Horses at rest should be given wa ter at least three times a day IIi sum mer and twice a day in winter It they cannot have free access to it at all times Working animals bold be watered more frequently and in warm weather five times dally There is a common idea that horses should not be watered when warm An animal Js never too wa m to be watered if not more than two gallons be given This fact will be well worth jememberlng A large quantity of water will injure an animal at any time but especially Is this so when he is very warm or quite fatigued Missouri Experiment Station Sore Nose In Pigs The disease known us sore nose or canker of the nose ii pigs Is caused by the burrowing of a parasite rescm filing that which cruses mange bijt more malignant and will eventually prove fatal unless s progress Is nr rested Treatment All the well hogs should be removed from the affected one and their heads rubbed with a liniment of nehalf ounce of carbolic acld In half pint of raw linseed or cottonseed oil Those that become af fccteU should at once bave their noses olutVentjOf d weighti ouuces of Vaseline Re peatMn three days If this be well doue nud enrly In the case it will stop tthe disease Atlanta Constitutionx Working Brood Mares The formerSyho breeds heavy horses Is exceptlonall situated because from the date of service almost up to the lay of foaling Ills inures can be earn- Ing their keep anti ue the better for the work If It be judiciously tind the better for the more nutritious food that be Ig able t give because they earn It The kind of ork most calculated to upset an In foal mare and cause abortion Is galloping or Hotting at a fast puce drawing benytas over bad roads In a hilly cquntv working In shafts being called upol to start or back n heavy or loaded ve bide or to carry a heavy man or deed a man at all in saddle Scaly Legs In PoultryI This disorder Is commonly met with where the poultry do not receive care ful attention The fowls should be watched and when you see one with scaly legs you should immediately catch it and give Its legs a good rub bing with lard anti coal oil taking an old toothbrush or something of that kind and rubbing It in good It Is an easy matter to keep fowls legs cleiin If taken In time Self Sucking Cows For breaking cows from sucking themselves a Pennsylvania farmer says I have tried several kinds of hampers and find nothing so nice nfl nothing that wjll prevent their sucking themselves or another one as a three Inch bull ring fastened In the nose have a cow at present that has been wearing one for over a year She sucked herself and her mate Brittle Hoofed Horses Brittle easy splitting hoots should be shod with strong bar shoes nnd In some cases It would be well to put is leather sole between the hoof anil shoe Some advantage will be foiindI In anointing the surface of the hoot twice a week with a mixture of equal parts of linseed oil nnd tnr Keep Up Fertility The man who permits his fields to run down soon gets out of line P ior fields mean small crops nnd that thing wont last very long There are too fanny good business men for the shift lets one to stand In line very long The New French Marriage ua l theFrenchI ifiiobably have Important results lii Jho ptjjstory of many French lives It Is n lawby which or oveithemay marry first obtaining the permission of Cat cr or mother and without needing overt to thefnmllyofFrenchman of whatever age could marry without his parents consent though after the age of twentyfive he could bring the matter Into court and publicltyMiuyParisiansFrenchman lately deceased whose murIrlagtfwltkatorelgncr r conld Kttor STSr flftr 1 NW SHORT STORIES Enforced His Own Law John F Stevens who threw up the jab of building the Panama canal be caUe the climate of the big ditch zpne got ion his nerxes made his repu tation in railroading and knows every Branch from running prelimInary sur Toy lines to successful operations Afc incident that will Illustrate Mr manner of enforcing orders jof the time he was In charge IStceIts construction crew on the pu outh Shbre and Atlantic rail road nnny mlles west of Marquette Theny had been no trouble until a whisky man set up rude shack iix the camp and opened a saloon Tin laborers patronized thee new bar so freely that the wok was Interfered STEVENS ICT TWO BULtETS TmOUGuTHE TItlOJ with Stevens ordered the yhisky man to close up As the saloon was not on railroad land he bad no real j authprlty and the man laughed at hi orders When are you going to leave Stevens demanded on lila first visit to the salOonaWhen I get good nnfl ready wa the answer Well Im going pow cried the en glueerr as he lighted a short fuse to a huge dynamite cartridge and threw It back of the bar He left on a run with the saloon man at his heels In a few seconds the shack and Its contents were spread over several acres Then came ti man with a tin pack on ills back The pack was filled with whisky which was retailed tothe mOn Stevens heard otit and when the traveling saloon caate near hU tent put two rifle bullets through the tin pack The whisky gurgled out am ithe mau fied convinced that at llojst he was up against a real prohibition JawSToo Generous A railroad reporterdeclared in tlpton Iebatesvertgenerosity Mr Sinclair laughing exclaimed Admit that to be tru and then your generosity is no better timed than Alkt1l1 Ikes A traveler arrived late one night at the Palace hotel in Tin Can and being very tired he ordered his dinner to bo served in his room ItlfJbearstairs a bang an oath two quick crashes and then a bullet shot up through the floor and wounded the traveler In the lei j putting down his knife and fork he llroso and began to hop abOut the room with loud groans Suddenly the land lord burst Into the room Wbar did that thar bullet go tol the landlord exclaimed laughing Oh nit ye hurt stranger aninow thatfrtoobad Ye see Alkali Ike and tledj Face Leary bad an argyment over heir liquor down In tuo bar and fit it sputjfair and square Red Face fired rust and missed and Ike this all fired Rehtrous cushe fired ln the airtr The Surest Method Dr HXJA Wiley thedepartment of 4grlculturs famous chemical expert was dlscuasrmj certain Impure beers i am rewlqdedt said Dr Wiley srnljiug of an incident that happened In tthe western town of Tin Can tIn Can had axbrewery nnd tbe beet front this breiywas unspeak ably bad Well one night n melodrama was penormed In the town hall and In the second net there was a thrilling solllo by the villain The villain alone on the stage gnawed his black mustache nndde bat d with himself how he should kill- tbe hero a The knife he muttered to hsclg are ttO Poison A pistol shot 0 I lhal I klllllilm with loudlfterrua tcbgive him some Tin Can bear Age of Discretion Senator DlUln ham discussing mini gration In New York made use of the phrase the nge of discretion What Is the age of discretion sen iforf asked one of his auditors I should say returned Senator DII Unghara smiling that the nge of dig cretion is reached when a young mar removes from his mantel the rich col lection of actresses and dancing girls photographs nnd substitutes the por jralt of his richl fiacbelor Uncle HUMOR OF THE HOUR A Rapid MOV There Is ojie plantation In Georgia which Is maintained on something of the before the war style and noth ing delights Its owner more than the arrival of a guest particularly If the guest happen to be from the north In order that he may show what genu ine southern hospitality is Not long ago a Boston capitalist looking over the country with an Idea of Invest ment happened along with a letter of Introduction The owner of the place was more than pleased and Insisted upon hit visitor staying for several days and when the stranger expressed a wish to ride over the plantation it was arranged that they should do so the next morning- The day was warm but they pres ently came to a bubbling spring and here they found a negro with n browz Jug and buncliof mint A cool Julep was soon manufactured and they rode on Shortly at a shady spot they 1coJdret tbT a M4p to4n a4 at sjothw spring a negro waited with a jcg irunt and sugar The southerner noted with pleasure the expression qfj surpriee and satisfaction upon his vi itor0 face 8taItle sadness when the JBostonka turned to him with the remark Say I think it ia really remarkable ageskeep t9 HelpPf pretty suit said Miss Angles but its go cheap biforeI a shape lOb ofcourse replied Miss KBOX tbut then you could pad It generous ly Baltimore AmericanI Dead Broke The Count Yes i was almost poel theze meTheipalk up and say A penny for yduri thoughts The Count Too risky monsieur ia too risky I didnt have a BY8tLouis PostDispatch SLifelike Lytsute So poor Jones the toy maker has gone out of his mind busySfor three months on a mechanical tramp and he couldnt get it to work Slopera Half Holiday sMud le Opaque Buf said the summer lrlr what lIm looking fopisn parasol suitable for use Ht the seashore This saidi the clerk k Just the thiugS9hnolm sure people could see through thatres Moines Register Ambiguous Parke How long doesit take you to put on a tire Lane With or without With or with uUfYour wife talking to you white you are doing ItNewYorkLlCe A C nstsnt Menaee One has to be very cefolln choos- Ing friends nowadays Yes thlh post card craze lays you liable to ail sorts of em Min1e1it from people with a mistaken sMe of humor Washington Star f A Novel FrtpeMl- patience Anything novel bout his proposall of marriage rPiatrice Why yes IJ never rec lh a proposal of FrtBr fBgci froraiUimart who spoke through his nose before Yonkers Statesman Missed Cupid Helen I read of a man In Genvo who lived to be 102 years of age HP had never kissed a girl Jn his life Dick Oh he didnt live that long It just seemed that long Chicago News Dellyifotber you doing to poor dolly child Child Im Just gohg to put her to bed mummy Ive takes eiC her hair but I cant get her teeth out Sourlre The tyew littler Van AntlerDoes the BBW butle know where to keep the wise Miv Van A Judging from his ai penrancQ be thinks he ought to cam It around himself New York Life Ten For a tatl- OffleThe next prisoner yoar hon or Is a chauffeur JudgeTen dollars fine tostart wlthl Now whats the charge against hunt llohemiunIA iurld Sprue Tree About seventy yenta ago alllkms of tons of earth bowlders and gravel slid UatQsOurdnabunk ItrtormlngraieSl lumbermen as Slide Olm A repair crew of the Great Northern Paper company recently had occasion to wittove a quantity of gravel from this a pwUi At n depth of ten f et they found tthf trunk of a spruce tree beat UKe tow the top held down by n bovyider wegh Ing many tons The trunk ifjI8 owud but the bark and foliage ma d b ea moved by the ftfrapln the trHrtCfly1O ed when the slide cxxmrred AwsUw largo tree With QlUw Intact waa fpHMdn the pit The foliage of nil Iree when drst removed front the et4rtl1 looked fresh Bud green 09 If U kaet jttsjt Uepq reuqvc4trom a growing tree butt ffide a few Jioure KeDBebeo lour na 1bins It AMdvhn i raw John J Audubon the naturalist hid bird lover Is burled lBTrtBUy eewa tory on Washington Heights on the Ono Hundred and Flftyifth street side nehi1i Broadway New York Timers bas been erected over his grave aaIlona cross the arms ot which are conIneeted by a circular baad of stone makIng apertures of the four corsets at the intersection In one of theseI robins built a nest sojue time ago This fell under the eye of caretaker who got a pole uud dislodged the nest Time birds flow about disconsolately for lime then went away So far as any one knows Audubon dW sot twuover nhls grave neither did cay of the jarved birds on the shaft cry out lesions Csuntf elitansm ifodern Boston Is an lllustratloa ot the persistence of a civic tradlttoa IB no city of tite Uaited States Wg the fchnnge of popftatkm ewlg to vmre sttlcted iHimlgr tl a bees so rtKtIt luring the last geaecatkw The city of the Puritans has become cattaogeUl 1 tan Were Cottwi Jfatker icois ttl life again aiul revisit hte haHVU Ia tta north end eves WI 1sticin- ents iir would be s vwrfr ed 44i lug his way Shout A 4 1M9 tfcwtlr Itmo poMtto 1M 0 I7 1Ii LkBI1 1Ir 1 Ca1r3 5vI I 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